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Beeman P3 Pellet Pistol - .177 Caliber - Single Stroke Pneumatic

Beeman P3 Pellet Pistol - .177 Caliber - Single Stroke Pneumatic

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  • MSRP $289.95
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  • Code: PY-556-1146 · 0.177 cal · 410 fps
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Solid construction, accurate, light trigger-pull, easy to cock, fun to shoot! That's just about everything you could ever want in an air pistol. The Beeman P3 is a single-stroke pneumatic, which means it requires just one cocking stroke of the overlever. Because it doesn't have a mainspring, the P3 can also be dry-fired. If you want to increase your accuracy and trigger control, dry-firing can help you do that.

Unlike many production pistols, the P3 is made of quality materials. Manufactured by the legendary Weihrauch factory in Germany, this air pistol has a rifled steel barrel. In fact, all critical mechanisms are made of ordnance steel, while the exterior shell is made of tough, durable polymers.

Whether you shoot right-handed, left-handed, single-handed or two-handed, the Beeman P3 can accommodate you! The ambidextrous design and the functionality of the cocking mechanism are convenient no matter what style of shooting you enjoy.

Accuracy is 0.20" center-to-center. You won't find too many pistols in this price range that can brag about that kind of accuracy! The P3 is perfect for 10-meter target shooting, but you'll end up doing a lot more with the gun. Plinking, shooting spinners, and popping tin cans are loads of fun, and the P3 is up to the challenge!

Specifications:

  • Caliber: .177
  • Velocity: 410 FPS
  • Ammo Type: Pellet
  • Overall Length: 9.6"
  • Barrel Length: 6.69"
  • Barrel Style: Rifled
  • Fire Mode: Single Shot
  • Cocking Effort: 27lbs
  • Trigger Pull: 1.5lbs
  • Trigger Adjust: Two-stage non-adjustable
  • Action: Overlever
  • Power plant: Single-Stroke Pneumatic
  • Gun Weight: 1.7lbs
  • Front Sight: Fiber Optic
  • Rear Sight: Adjustable for Windage and Elevation
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited
  • Country of Origin: Germany

Package includes:
Beeman P3 .177 Caliber Air Pistol

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Specs
  • ManufacturerBeeman
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • Velocity410 fps
  • Airgun MechanismSingle-stroke pneumatic
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Airgun UseTarget Shooting
  • Barrel StyleRifled- Fixed Barrel
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Product ConditionNew
  • Warranty1 Year Limited
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Reviews
Beeman P3 Pellet Pistol - .177 Caliber - Single Stroke Pneumatic
4.5 Stars based on 12 Review(s)
Phil
San Diego, CA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

A beeman P3 review, not a P17 review
May 30, 2014
After reading most of the reviews, it becomes obvious that they are reviewing the Beeman P17 the Chinese version of the P3 and not the P3 which is a finely crafted German made pistol. I would rank this target pistol with many other target pistols costing hundreds more. For backyard plinking, it simply the best fun you will ever have. I sighted mine with the Beeman 2x pistol scope and I can put pellets in the hole made by the first pellet at 5 to 10 yards. YES, its worth the extra money cost to have an incredibly accurate target pistol! If you can get one, Get it!
Pros:
The P3 has a very quiet report that is barely noticeable to people passing by, so it doesn't attract a lot of attention, and dramatically lessens the chances of some neighbor, getting freaked out by loud noise and summoning local police! I plink all day in a densely populated city in California with neighbors within 10 yards of my shooting and most of the time they have no idea that I am shooting! 2) Because its so quiet with just the right amount of power, it is perfect for indoor shooting in the home or garage! In fact, get yourself a box of the Beeman cleaning pellets and shoot the insects off your walls with them! Very cool! but treat it as a real lead pellet for safety purposes! 3) IMHO, its powerful at 400FPS to dispatch small pests such as rats, birds, squirrels up to 20 yards when combined with accurate head shots or to vital areas. 4) The trigger on the P3 is so target grade with zero recoil so its very simple to align align your sights on the target and essentially just "will" your pellet to the intended target. 5) The pistol is made of a very high grade polymer so it does not feel cheap in anyway and is less heavy than a metal pistol which makes it an ideal candidate for free standing target shooting. 6) No need to have Co2 bulbs, no need for PCP tank refills, etc. No need for anything, really. Just the pistol and a tin of pellets and that's it. How nice is that? 7) Use quality pellets and you will hit your target every time. I have been shooting for only 6 months, and I get upset at myself if my 5 shot groupings at 10 yards don't fit inside a dime! the pistol is way more accurate than me and i will not outgrow its accuracy for a longtime!
Cons:
The pistol requires a single pump which can take a little effort and getting used to until you get the proper technique down. Use a flat Palm to close to prevent any pinching and rest the pistol on your leg for leverage and control while closing. Very petite women and young children will have a very difficult if not impossible time cocking this pistol. That can be a good thing...

John
Nunavut NWT
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Fantastic Gun
February 7, 2013
I've owned this gun for about 3 months now and I love it. My only complaint is the price on this website. I bought it from another website for 50 dollars. I don't know why they're so expensive here.

Jerome
Edison, New jersey
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Co2 guns are better
December 30, 2011
Unless you're trying to save money on co2 don't buy this gun although it is everything it says it is. It gets annoying loading one Pellet at a time. The gun itself shoots fine and if this happens to be what you want then it's a good buy.
Pros:
Save money on co2
Cons:
Hard to load

Yojetter
SF. CA
2 Stars

Not Worth the Money
December 27, 2011
Bought this gun with the Beeman Lazer Sight, the lazer worked fine but the gun is hard to load, takes forever to sight in, and after about 50 shots the pneumatic pump stopped working. Not worth the money.
Pros:
Solid feel and weight.
Cons:
Hard to load, inconsistant accuracy, pneumatic pump gave out after 50 rounds.

Blaine
5 Stars

easily broken front sight
February 11, 2011
don't know how the front sight broke but doesn't matter stuck a red dot on the thing works beautifully had this thing for years its the older model has the rail on bottom and the optic mount along the top great gun just remember after a few yrs go through and tighten up the screws it helps

Lawrence Aron
4 Stars

Worth It
February 13, 2010
Very well made, very accurate. Feels sturdy and true in either hand. I paired mine with a red-dot scope, and while I had some initial concerns about being able to cock the pistol with the large-diameter sight, these proved unfounded. One thing I did discover: I *cannot* use PBA ammo with this gun...soft lead only. Apparently the harder PBA ammo doesn't allow a proper seal in the breech. Other than that I'm extremely happy with this gun, and believe you would be as well.

costa
5 Stars

kicks butt
May 14, 2009
I am very happy with this gun. You get your moneys worth and it is a great gun for all ages. This gun will be the best one u probably you can buy in its price range. It is light weight and easy to carry. I can should about anything from almost 80 ft in my backyard, its a pretty easy gun to shoot.

Rick
4 Stars

Nice gun for practice...
May 13, 2008
PROS: Light weight with a very comfortable grip. Very good fit and finish. The gun is accurate, quiet, with a great trigger. CONS: Loading can be difficult for people with large hands. The safety release requires left hand if you are right handed. If you are left handed it can be reached with the trigger finger.

jim
4 Stars

beeman P17
March 25, 2008
Found the gun to be of sufficient power for a hand gun rear sites stick down a bit when cocking,found it hard to load especially if you have large fingers fiddly to get pellet in,remember to lift rear sight again after cocking,but overall very good pistol

josh
3 Stars

ok
March 25, 2008
dude i bought this gun for 48 dollars at a hunting store this is such a rip off and some of the bad things about it are takes a while to site in 1 shot pellet pistol and an automatic safety other than that its an ok gun i mean ive killed a bird with it but for 180 dollars its a rip off

Brett
5 Stars

One sweet shooter!
October 19, 2007
Probably one of the nicest airgun pistols available. The front sight is a little large/blocky, but that is easily fixed. The adjustable rear sight could be of better construction--but it is easily dialed in. The trigger is amazing. The automatic safety can be irritating at first...but it is easy to operate. I'm shooting sub 2" groups offhand at 20yds with the stock sights. You will NOT be disappointed with this airgun.

Paul
5 Stars

Awesome purchase
March 8, 2007
I just recently purchase the Beeman pistol and I am quite impressed with it overall. The trigger setup stock is a light pull away from release. I was impressed of the lack of recoil felt in this single pump pneumatic pistol. The gun is solid and well constructed. The sight is easily adjustable and sturdy as well. The safety features are a nice addition as well with the trigger being so easily tripped. I would recommend this pistol to anyone interested in a reasonably priced pistol that shoots amazing.



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Q&A
By Maxi from San Francisco on November 12, 2011
What type is the mount?
By Austin from Pittsboro , Indiana on December 15, 2011

Answer:
There is no mount that comes with it. You will have to buy one.
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on January 31, 2012

Answer:
There is an 11mm dovetail on top of the whole gun.
By Carter from Washington on February 15, 2012

Answer:
A nice big long 11mm dovetail stretching from the rear sight to the front.

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